The Central America Support Committee with assistance from the Community Arts Council of Greater Victoria are putting on a Revolutionary Poster Exhibition at 2 locations at the end of May.
The main exhibition will be held at the Café Gallery at the Cedar Hill Recreation Centre, 3220 Cedar Hill Rd. beginning May 28th and showing until June 11th. The other
location is the Bruce Hutchinson Library at Saanich Commonwealth Place, May 30th to July 11th.
There will also be 3 separate events during the exhibition.
- The opening of the Café Gallery exhibit will be Friday, May 30th from 7 – 9pm at the Cedar Hill Recreation Centre 3220 Cedar Hill Rd. This will include a short program of speeches and music. Refreshments will be available including CASC’s own Café Simpatico.
- Also at the Café Gallery, An Evening of Music and Solidarity will be hosted by Nedjo Rogers on June 6th from 7 to 9pm. Refreshments will also be available for this event.
- Also at the Cedar Hill Recreation Centre Terry Wolfwood will present a power point presentation on The Art of Resistance, Sunday, June 8th from 2 to 4 pm.
The purpose of this exhibition is:
- to celebrate the history and the struggles of the people of Central America and Latin America as depicted in the various campaigns that the posters describe.
- to let the general public know about that history and the current work of CASC.
We look forward to seeing you at one or more of these events.